Middle East

Syrian Smugglers' Operations Booming in Jordani
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Alex Pena
May 23, 2012 3:13 PM
As violence has intensified in Syria, the smuggling business has boomed. A recent trip by Alex Pena for VOA to northern Jordan near the Syrian border showed how the dangerous practice of dissidents smuggling food and medicine to injured and famished people in Syria is thriving.

Syrian Smugglers' Operations Booming in Jordan

Alex Pena

Published May 23, 2012

As violence has intensified in Syria, the smuggling business has boomed. A recent trip by Alex Pena for VOA to northern Jordan near the Syrian border showed how the dangerous practice of dissidents smuggling food and medicine to injured and famished people in Syria is thriving.


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